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  • How we power trains – one of the world’s oldest form of mechanised transport – is being overhauled for a greener future. Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • Hydrogen fuel cells show significant promise in sectors that might prove difficult to electrify with traditional batteries. Jennifer Johnson looks at whether technological ambition is matched by real progress in shipping and road freight.

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  • Volvo Cars is targeting a 40% reduction in the lifecycle carbon footprint of each car it makes by 2025, in a bid to become a climate neutral company by 2040.A string of measures will be used to reach its 2025 target, including generating 50% of global sales from fully electric cars, which would resu...

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  • The UK government has set out how it will go further and faster to tackle climate change, in response to recommendations from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC). This comes four months after the UK became the first major economy to legislate for net zero emissions by 2050.The government’s of...

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  • In-depth modelling and testing conducted by Caterpillar has shown that technologies developed through the Energy Technologies Institute’s (ETI) heavy duty vehicle (HDV) programme have the capability to improve the fuel efficiency of a technology demonstration articulated truck by up to 28%.To demons...

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  • Plane and train manufacturer Bombardier is reported to have selected Swiss battery specialist Leclanche to supply lithium batteries to power its trains in a deal valued at £89mn over the next five years.According to media reports, the UK government has promised to fully electrify the network by 2040...

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  • Daniel de Wijze, Energy Analyst, Energy Institute Knowledge Service, looks at five years of the EI’s Energy Barometer survey data to explore energy price trends and key industry price drivers.

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  • UK retail prices for petrol, diesel and LPG for road vehicles from 2012 to present, including analysis and graphs Having risen steadily between December 2018 to a high in May 2019, the average prices for unleaded petrol, super unleaded and diesel all fell slightly in June 2019. This drop continued ...

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  • GP Global marked a milestone on 25 September 2019 with the successful delivery of the first International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2020 compliant bunker load of low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO). The global conglomerate made its maiden delivery via its 6,000-tonne bunker barge at the Port of Fujairah, ...

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  • The UK bus and coach industry is aiming to reduce carbon emissions by up to 500,000 t/y by committing to only purchasing ultra-low or zero emission buses and coaches from 2025.The target is part of The Confederation of Passenger Transport’s (CPT)’s new vision for the future, working with government ...

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